Frozen in Carbonite?

Frozen in Carbonite?

Greetings fellow SWTOR enthusiasts! You may have noticed a drop in activity on SWTOR Network lately. This is the result, not of a lack of love for the game, which…
Content Locustry: A Second Look at MMO Content Consumption

Content Locustry: A Second Look at MMO Content Consumption

The urgency behind the character progression hunger has consequences: Anything that gets in the way or slows the process down is viewed as a hurdle, an inefficiency to be overcome as quickly and as effectively as possible. Why else would characters race to end-level, spacebarring through all BioWare’s carefully crafted cutscenes, consuming new content at rates upwards of 80 hours a week?
May the Fourth SWTOR Livestream

May the Fourth SWTOR Livestream

View the Stream on Twitch at https://www.twitch.tv/swtor This month's developer livestream featured Charles Boyd, Ben Irving, and Eric Musco. Topics Error 508 that was keeping people from being able to patch…
The New Direction of SWTOR and My Own, Personal Loss

The New Direction of SWTOR and My Own, Personal Loss

I am sharing this story because I want the SWTOR player community to know that I am intimately acquainted with what it means to invest incalculable time and effort in a persistent online world, acquiring things, achieving things and building relationships, only to have it all destroyed overnight by the company that runs the game. I have been there. Trust me, I know how it feels.